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A relation is a set, so obviously you could union two relations.

From shown image, you just multiply relations, but to me, it doesn't work.

We are such math nerds XD

Wut now it works.
https://www.desmos.com/calculator/uezz1quzdy
Now I am confused lol...

@iambatman ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

Im batman (in husky batman voice) o.o

Yes, the roots of \(f\cdot g\) is the union of the roots of \(g\) and the roots of \(f\).

Only exceptions are when you have different domains

You intersect the domains, then you union the roots in that intersected domain

OK, I think I asked rather silly and pointless question. But thanks for put in effort for me.

Superman > Batman

nincompoop I am afraid you made a mistake, it should be:
Superman < Batman

@iambatman should know xD